Tin Valley Campground | Established Campground

United States

Details

Last Visited: 7 months ago
GPS: 29.492820, -103.340960
Altitude: 1003.5 masl
Place Website: Tinvalleyretrorentals.com
Phone: 4324461011

Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Cold
Water: Yes
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Yes

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Description

Super quiet, private and dark; lots of stars .. privately owned place by Ronda. Several RV campsites or retro airstreams and busses for rent. Electric hook-ups. Water and sewer is available but not at the sites.
Picknick tables and bbqs and fire rings.
The spot we stayed in was fenced in case you have a dog.
Ronda is Super friendly.
There are cats, dogs, chickens, pot belly pigs and a burro; all a small walk away from the RV spots.
We paid $30 a night for electric. She wants to do monthly also and has email and telephone: Ronda Haberer. [email protected]
432-446-1011.
She is on maps.me with Tin Valley! Google and Imaps send you to the wrong place, so call or email here, she has a detailed easy map description to get there.. would surely recommend. She is 5 miles from the back entrance to Big Bend on dirt road or 38 miles if you prefer paved road. Lots of hiking!

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Tin Valley Retro Rentals is a diamond in the rough! Owner Ronda has transformed Airstreams, buses, retro RV’s, and even a VW Beetle (the Cuddlebug) and Land Yacht into amazing places to stay. At Tin Valley you’ll share your stay with a donkey, some pigs, chickens, dogs and cats. It’s a pet friendly atmosphere. Along with the retro rentals and tent sites there’s amazing RV parking and new to Tin Valley, Van Lifer parking spaces. This is not your standard RV park, the RV parking spaces are spread out not packed in tightly. The sites are spread out so you’re not looking directly into your neighbor’s window but instead at the immaculate unobstructed view of the surrounding mountains. Two of the tent sites have their own artistic touch complete with A-Frame style lodging so you can leave the tent home if you’d like. The Land Yacht site is the only clothing optional site here as well, where you can feel free to feel free. Each site has it’s own fire pit and charcoal grill. There’s an outdoor shower here, or nearby showers, laundry, pool and cafe at the neighboring Terlingua Ranch. Artist Jules Muck has put her own touch on Tin Valley transforming what would normally be just a renovated RV into a work of art. Stars will shine brighter here than you’ve ever seen before without the city light pollution nearby and it’s an amazing sight. You can hike up the two mountains closest or take a walk around Tin Valley. Take time to head to Big Bend national or state parks in the Terlingua area. The center of Terlingua also has a ghost town complete with walking tour. In that area you’ll find bars and restaurants, Cottonwood, the nearest grocery store, or the closest place to fill up on gas. A visit to Terlingua and Tin Valley Retro Rentals won’t disappoint. You won’t’ find another place this original, or with this much space to rent to call your own as an RV’er, camper, or retro renter. Check out tinvalleyretrorentals.com or Tin Valley Retro Rentals on Facebook.

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Super quiet, private and dark; lots of stars .. privately owned place by Ronda. Several RV campsites or retro airstreams and busses for rent. Electric hook-ups. Water and sewer is available but not at the sites.
Picknick tables and bbqs and fire rings.
The spot we stayed in was fenced in case you have a dog.
Ronda is Super friendly.
There are cats, dogs, chickens, pot belly pigs and a burro; all a small walk away from the RV spots.
We paid $30 a night for electric. She wants to do monthly also and has email and telephone: Ronda Haberer. [email protected]
432-446-1011.
She is on maps.me with Tin Valley! Google and Imaps send you to the wrong place, so call or email here, she has a detailed easy map description to get there.. would surely recommend. She is 5 miles from the back entrance to Big Bend on dirt road or 38 miles if you prefer paved road. Lots of hiking!

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